Real Orchestra Sound Source ‘ROS Version 4’
To achieve a more authentic sound, the 32MB new ROS version 4 was developed. The Broadway BG1 has a huge 32MB stereo sound source including a 12MB grand piano sound plus 20MB realistic orchestra sounds. All piano sampling is done in stereo to preserve the natural imaging of the sound. Different dynamic levels are copied from a real, acoustic concert grand piano. This enhances the sound.
RHA Graded Hammer Action Keyboard
RHA (Real Hammer Action) simulates the natural touch and playing performance of an acoustic grand piano. It offers a smooth and responsive feel. The Keyboard doesn’t use springs, instead its action is provided by hammer weight, which gives it an authentic piano feel.
Conventional digital pianos quickly run out of notes when playing complex music whilst using the sustain pedal or combining voices. But the Broadway MK10 offers a maximum 128-note polyphony, so it’s highly unlikely you’ll encounter this.
SMF Player with SD Memory Card
Simply select an SMF file for playback and watch the automatic keyboard as it plays the music. The Broadway BG1 houses an SD card, so you can input music data from a SD memory card. The SMF player allows you to enjoy the player piano without any modification of the SMF file.
Player Grand Digital Piano (Pianola) – Pianos that play by themselves.
The Broadway MK10 is the leading digital player piano on the market. Broadway’s moving keys system is quite amazing. It’s possible for the keys to move very quietly by using the solenoid motor from Broadway’s unique technology.
The Broadway MK10 has over 1,000 songs. In addition, the external SD memory card allows you to load and save songs more efficiently and conveniently. The pre-loaded SD card has over 1,000 songs covering most music genres, but you can download more songs (limited amount) from the internet to the SD card and play these through the piano. The correct keys will move up and down as well.
The Broadway MK10 is one of only a few digital pianos that has an input for microphone. So you can sing along with the piano accompanying.
88 full size, fully-weighted keys
Graded hammer action
Touch sensitive keys (4 dynamic levels)
Sliding key cover (covers the keys when not in use)
Over 1000 built-in songs
Rhythm styles x 80
Accompaniment control start/stop, synch, intro/ending, fill 1/fill 2, variation/fade
3 pedals (sustain, soft, sostenuto)
Headphone connections x 2 (two players can play at the same time)
Master volume control (you can turn the sound down late at night)
Volume control for split/layer/accompaniment
128 note polyphony
Record/Playback (2 track recorder, load to SD card)
Computer connection (connect to computer)
USB Midi interface (USB in) — Connect to your iPad, laptop or anything that has a USB port)
Audio IN/OUT – (Auxillary IN/OUT)
SD card in
External memory SD card
SMF/AMD player with direct load to SD memory card
Music player system with SD memory card
Microphone in and mic Volume
Reverb (8 levels)
Chorus (with level control, 8 levels)
Large Backlit LCD Display (128 X 64 Graphic LCD) with remote controller
ROS V.4 sound source
Made in Indonesia
Colours: Polished Ebony, Polished White
Speaker wattage: total 90 watts
6 speaker sound system: 2 x 25.4cm (10 inch) and 4 x 5.1cm (2 inches)
Width (left to right) 143cm | 56.3 inches
Depth (front to back) 138cm | 54.3 inches
Height (with lid & music rest down) 99cm | 39 inches
Height with lid fully up 174cm
AC power adaptor
Owner’s manual/User manual in English
Assembly instructions (piano will be assembled by us)
Questions and Answers
Dear Sir / Madam,
We might want to purchase a self playing piano for our hotel lobby.
Would you please let us know what you have?
Thank you and Best Regards,
If it is an acoustic piano you would like then I recommend
the Yamaha Disklavier.
Yamaha make the best self-playing acoustic pianos.
Another option is to go for the Broadway MK10
digital self-playing piano.
The Broadway is popular among hotels, bars and restaurants.
It has 1000’s of built-in songs covering most styles of
music, and all the most popular ones are there.
You can easily set the piano to play any of them,
in any combination. This can also be done with the
remote control that comes with it.
Additional songs can also be downloaded from the
internet then added to the piano via USB or SD card.
I believe downloading new songs from the internet
to the piano is free.
The keys also move up and down when it self-plays.
It can also be operated with the remote control.
Let me know if you would like more information.
Further/ Dear Graham,
May I know which hotels/restaurants etc. have been using the Broadway MK10?
Thank you and Best Regards,
We supplied a Broadway MK10 to the Mad House Bar in Margate:
Also to Coco’s Italian Restaurant in Altrincham:
The MK10 is also very popular in private homes.
This would be an ideal piano for your lobby, as you can
set it to play a sequence of songs or any type of music
(over 1000 available built-in to the piano).
The volume level is large, so you can adjust it to what you want.
It can also be controlled remotely.
Question/ I am looking for a piano to entertain ….pretend to play/karaoke i bought one about 10 years ago (Suzuki) great for parties but takes floppy discs and now out of date.
Reply/ Hi Chris,
The Broadway MK10 is certainly the most entertaining Digital Grand available, it has a self-playing feature where the keys move up and down (the only Grand Piano that can still do so) and with a wide internal library of songs, incorporating some fine Classical and Jazz compositions, it is a most impressive instrument. You will be able to load your personal favourites very easily and even download your own choices by loading MIDI files onto the provided SD Card. Naturally, the piano can be played organically also and a wonderful instrument it is too, with a very authentic key touch and soundboard containing a spread of precise and highly refined speakers to reproduce a stunningly warm and accurate piano sound. It is also available on rent-to-own for £185 per month.
I hope this information helps.
Jason, UK Pianos
The Broadway MK10 is similar to the old, discontinued Robertson RP3000.
Question/ How do I download additional songs and put them on the piano?
Reply/ There are several file sharing sites which allow for download of MIDI files to load onto your SD Card. A classical music site I found was mfiles.co.uk – I would encourage you to also look at several others on google. You will need to insert an SD Card Reader into your Computer, then drag and drop the files onto the SD Card Device displayed on your desktop. Once loaded insert the SD card into the reader on the MK-10 and hit the ‘SD CARD’ button. Using your DATA WHEEL, select SAVE RECORDED SONG – and away you go. The piano will play any song and the correct keys will move up and down on their own. It’s quite amazing!
“What are the differences between the MK10 and MK11?”
The main differences between the MK10 and MK11 is as follows:
MK11 has USB stick that holds the songs, MK10 has an SD card.
They essentially do the same thing.
MK11 has wooden keys (the wood is on the side of each white key.
This adds a slight firmness to the feel).
MK10 has plastic keys.
MK11 has 1300 built-in songs.
MK10 has 1000 built-in songs.
MK11 has a slow-closing lid.
MK10 has a sliding lid.
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